Free app with a free book.

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Check out the app: No Warriors Left Behind. Now downloadeble on IPhones and Android. 

Helping prevent suicide among veterans. Because ONE suicide among veterans is too many.

The free book is located under PTSD Facts

Veterans Resources

Resource Guide for Veterans

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In Eastern Michigan, there is a strong and interconnected community supporting the men and women who serve and have served our country. We believe veterans deserve our gratitude and support for their dedication and service. That’s why SSR Law Office has produced this Veterans Resource Guide.

The purpose of this guide is to provide information on nonprofit and governmental resources to retired or serving veterans and/or military personnel in Macomb, Oakland, Wayne, Monroe, St. Clair, Lapeer, Livingston, Washtenaw, Genesee and surrounding counties. It is our intent that this information will empower and support the men and women who serve and have served our country.

Many organizations provide support to veterans. These services include housing, food programs, educational opportunities, counseling and legal help. We hope you find the following Veterans Resource Guide useful and comprehensive.

Alcohol, Drugs & Rehab

Many Macomb County veterans suffer from alcohol and drug abuse. The abuses can be associated with many other situations in any particular vet’s life, but nonetheless these issues must be faced with forthright determination. Any type of addiction is tough to overcome, but alcohol and drugs can be some of the toughest forms of addiction. This is why it’s best to seek out help when you’re ready to begin your recovery process.

Whether it’s depression, anxiety, PTSD or any kind of psychological problem, many veterans need therapy to help hash out their problems. It makes sense that there are an endless amount of therapy resources that veterans can utilize, but so many veterans don’t utilize these resources enough. If you or a loved one is a veteran who is struggling you need to understand all of the resources that are out there to help veterans overcome just about anything.

This section is a comprehensive overview of what you’ll need to know in terms of how veterans can get the help they need for alcohol and drug addiction treatments. If you know where to go in your area, who to speak to and if you’re ready to face your alcohol and drug problems, you’ll be much more prepared for a successful recovery and sobriety.

Don’t let drugs and alcohol get in your way of being the best version of yourself. The following information is here to help you help yourself. Always know, there is someone out there who really wants to help you. All you need to do is reach out.

Fallow the link below for more information,

https://www.ssrlawoffice.com/veterans-resources/

If you need help.

A few years ago after getting fired my financial situation was really bad. After a long search in the internet I found “Semper Fi Fund”. This organization after their screening helped me tremendously more then once. Semper Fi Fund is one of the many organization committed to help disabled veterans and you can find it and many more in the “No Warriors Left Behind”. I created this app to take out the long researching out of finding help when we as veterans are in any need. The app is free for everyone and it will help friends and love once with vital information.

Free Life Saving App

FREE mobile application for suicide prevention.

This is the most important part of the app I think. In the moment of despair or desperation we are not going to remember to dial 800 274 8255 and press 1 on tap of it all. In those moment dialing a phone number is the furthers thing in our minds. With 3 taps we can be connected to a person. Tap on the red phone, tap on the phone number, and tap call we will be connected to a life person who happens to also be a veteran that will help us right away. I personally called them and they are very nice and knowledgeable. It is really refreshing to speak to another veteran in a time of need.

Like I mentioned before, the app is not only for veterans but all those that want to help prevent veteran suicide. Even if you don’t have a veteran near you knowing about the app and how it can help is useful in case you encounter a veteran or a veteran in distress.

For an Android Device they should be redirected to:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.appmakr.nowarriorleftbehind

For an iOS Device they should be redirected to:

http://h.theapp.mobi/nowarriorsleftbehind

Free Listing of Veteran’s Own Companies

FREE mobile application for suicide prevention.

I will be putting together a list of Veterans Own Business. I am going to do this to bring the veteran community together. With this initiative I intent to promote my brothers and sisters hard work and creativity. I would chose to do business with company or services owned by veterans. This way our community can come together and help on another

“I am my brothers keeper”

This one entry is Marine friend that owns a remodeling company in Cincinnati, Ohio. My hope is to include all veterans own businesses around the nation.

For an Android Device they should be redirected to:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.appmakr.nowarriorleftbehind

For an iOS Device they should be redirected to:

http://h.theapp.mobi/nowarriorsleftbehind

FREE mobile application for suicide prevention

FREE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE.

Under this tab you will find a list of about 30 links that will connect you with organization that committed to help veterans specially to prevent suicide. Most of the organizations are national except the last one on the list that is local to Cincinnati, Ohio. On my next update I will include local organizations from other cities and state. The information is not only for veterans it is also for civilians and love once that want to help veterans. By getting familiar with the app a common person can help a veteran.

I can directly speak about three of the organizations.

1.       Wounded Warrior Project, oh thou with some controversy few years back it is a very committed organization to the well being of the warriors. I have been to Soldier Ride a three-day program to enrich the lives of the veterans it is a more community builder event. Another event I have taken part in is Project Odyssey, this is a kind of 4 days retreat for PTSD warriors. Project Odyssey is a game changer and a life saving event.

2.       Operation Home Front, this organization paid some of my bills directly after I lost my job.

3.       Simper Fi Fund, this organization mailed a check to pay for the repairs of my car so I could go to school after I lost job

You need to have your DD214 or any other document to prove your service.

For an Android Device they should be redirected to:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.appmakr.nowarriorleftbehind

For an iOS Device they should be redirected to:

http://h.theapp.mobi/nowarriorsleftbehind

Mobile Application

This is how the app looks once downloaded or connected. I hope you can understand the flow of the app. It is pretty simple now but it will evolved to have more services and even places that offer military discount.

Suicide Prevention Mobile Application

As you may have noticed,  I have not been posting the last couple of weeks. The reason is I’ve been devoting all my time and effort to complete a project I spoke about a few weeks back.
I would like to introduce my initiative “Suicide Prevention App” named “No Warriors Left Behind”. The app is currently in its infancy stage. There will be more information and upgrades to come in the future.
I’d like to hear your response about the app and hope it will prevent someone from taking their own life. The app is published in the Android store and Google Play. It’s not currently available in the Apple store, as the publishing process for the Apple/ITunes takes a bit longer. As soon as it is in the Apple store, I will let you know.
I am compiling a list of all the suggestions from you so I can modify the app for needs. I am doing this for the veteran community. My goal is to save lives and improve the living standards of all services members, and their families, and to bring the veteran community together. This app is our way to give back to the ones that have given so much.
Under PTSD facts is a book written by Dr. Steve Rose title Making People Change it is not a PTSD but it has good information about helping people with mental health problems.  as freedom is not free!

Re-director Links

The URL you chose for your app can redirect users to different sites, depending on the device they use to access it. When people visit:

http://theapp.mobi/nowarriorsleftbehind

On an Android Device they should be redirected to:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.appmakr.nowarriorleftbehind

On an iOS Device they should be redirected to:

http://h.theapp.mobi/nowarriorsleftbehind

On other Mobile Devices they should be redirected to:

http://h.theapp.mobi/nowarriorsleftbehind

On a Desktop browser they should be redirected to:

http://apps.appmakr.com/nowarriorsleftbehind

 

Wounded Warriors Family Support

Percent of total expenses spent on programs and services: 83%

Not to be confused with the Wounded Warrior Project — which also does fine work, but allocates just 60% of its donations to programs while spending a staggering 34% on fundraising initiatives — Wounded Warriors Family Support lends its assistance to the loved ones of injured veterans.

The publicized version of their job includes family retreats where loved ones can blow off steam, but some of their lesser-known initiatives include a welding program for veterans with the United Auto Workers union and Ford and a caregiver respite program that provides supplemental services for those taking care of wounded veterans. It addresses not only the injured veterans themselves, but the impact their injury has on their family and loved ones. It’s simple recognition that when one person goes off to war, their family isn’t immune to that war’s effects — and needs just as much help getting back to “normal” as veterans do.

https://www.wwfs.org/